Coding Style - Rule #1: Don’t invent your own coding style.

With Python, there are common guidelines and best practices for just about everything. I encourage you to read PEP 8 - Style Guide for Python Code.

You might also consider checking your code using pylint or pep8, both of which are installable via `pip’.

Most likely, I won’t take off points for not following PEP 8 unless it interferes with readability, nevertheless, please consider this suggestion.

By the way, while you’ll notice right near the start of PEP8 is a section entitled “A Foolish Consistency is the Hobgoblin of Little Minds” (perhaps not ironically this quotation is not properly attributed to its author, Ralph Waldo Emerson, in his famous essay “Self-Reliance”). While this section provides good advice to the experienced pythonista, it’s best while learning to stick to the standards to the greatest reasonable extent. (I’ve been coding in Python for almost 20 years now, and I stick to these standards, deviating only in specific cases with solid justification and not on a whim.)